Phoenix school district approves use of closed school for temporary housing for asylum seekers

A Phoenix school district approved the use of a closed school to be used as temporary housing for asylum seekers. Connie Phillips, President and CEO of Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest, gives an update on what churches and organizations are doing to help migrant families coming to the Valley.

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Connie Phillips, President and CEO of Lutheran Social Services of Southwest

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